IIConI'99: International Interval Conference in India
Bhubaneswar, India, December 20-22, 1999

 (Part of the Conference on Information Technology CIT'99)

Authors are invited to submit their original and unpublished work 
on all aspects of interval computations, validated numerics, and their

Paper Submissions
The size of the submissions is limited to 6000 words (approx. 6 pages).
The corresponding LaTeX stylefile is placed 

Authors are recommended to submit papers electronically, but hard copy
submission is acceptable. In this case, authors are requested to 
submit four (4) copies of the full manuscript (including 
abstract, keywords, email address) to the contact person: 

Vladik Kreinovich 
Department of Computer Science
University of Texas at El Paso
El Paso, TX 79968, USA
Phone/Fax: 915-747-6951/5030

By March 30, please inform the contact person about your desire to 
submit a paper, and send a tentative title. 

Submission Deadline: June 20, 1999.
Author Notification: September 9, 1999.
Camera-ready copies: October 9, 1999.

Accepted papers will be published in CIT'99 Proceedings, a 
hardcover volume that will be published by McGraw Hill Co.
before the conference. 

Program Committee (preliminary list)
Chitta Baral, University of Texas at El Paso, USA 
  (program chair of CIT'99) 
Shankar P. Bhattacharyya, Texas A&M University
George Corliss, Marquette University, USA 
Boris S. Dobronets, Krasnoyarsk University, Russia
Juergen Garloff, Fachhochschule Konstanz, Germany
Vladik Kreinovich, University of Texas at El Paso, USA 
  (contact person) 
Hung T. Nguyen, New Mexico State University, USA
Sergey Shary, Institute of Computational Technologies, 
  Novosibirsk, Russia
Juergen Wolff von Gudenberg, University of Wuerzburg, 

The EXPO99 is being organized to bring the industrial products
together during CIT99. Interested industries are invited to participate
in CITEXPO99 and contact the following Exhibition Chairs 
for further details:
* Mr. P C Sahoo,
  DoT, Bhubaneswar
* Somdutt Behura

About Bhubaneswar:
The state of Orissa, of which Bhubaneswar is the capital, is located in
the eastern part of India between Bengal and Andhra Pradesh. There are
convenient air and surface transportation to Bhubaneswar. The area offers a
number of fascinating activities for visitors: many historic shrines built
by Hindus, Buddhists and Jains; a range of handicrafts and handwoven
textiles, and opportunities for enjoying the distinctive art forms of this
region. The areas around Bhubaneswar have several major attractions:
* The magnificent Sun Temple of Konark (known to generations of
  sailors as Black Pagoda) is internationally renowned. 
* Puri and Konark - both within 30 miles of Bhubaneswar - 
  have beautiful beaches,
* and the Chilika Lake (about 60 miles from Bhubaneswar), 
  the largest brackish water inland lake in Asia,
  abounds with migratory birds and many varieties of fish. 
Close to Bhubaneswar are:
* the Chandaka Forest, a sanctuary for wild elephants;
* Nandankanan Zoological Park, a botanical garden that includes the largest
  lion and tiger safari in India; 
* the Udayagiri and Khandagiri hills at the outskirt of the city have
  a network of man-made caves dating from the first century B.C. 

Presently, Bhubaneswar offers a great promise to IT industries
enthused by several liberalization policies of local government. Some
nationaly renowned IT industries have started operating from the city.
It is the fastest growing city in the eastern coast of India.
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